TV viewing in the Nordic countries in 2015
The total linear TV viewing in the Nordic region is rather stable, but differences between groups are increasing. Older people watch more, while the young watch less. At the same time online TV viewing is growing, especially among the young. This is shown in comparisons of the 2015 TV data from the national survey institutes in the Nordic countries.
Finnish TV output 2014
In Finland, the programme supply of the nationwide free-to-air channels has risen by six hours per day. Reality television and foreign fiction continue to be the largest programme categories in Finnish television, while news continues to decrease. This is shown in a report on Finnish TV programming by the Ministry of Transport and Communications, which also indicates continuities of trends rather than any major changes compared to the previous year.
World film market trends
World Film Market Trends and Focus on Animation are the titles of two new booklets published by the European Audiovisual Observatory.
Channel families dominate the Nordic TV market
[NORDICOM] Television viewing is becoming more and more fragmented, but the largest proportion of linear TV viewing is still concentrated to the major TV companies. This is shown in Nordicom’s compilations of audience data from the Nordic countries in 2014.
The European market for VoD services
The European Commission has published a report on the VOD market in Europe, covering both developments of the market for on-demand audiovisual services and an overview of audiovisual audience measurements in the EU.
Report on Nordic Films Crossing Borders
The number of Nordic titles distributed in neighbouring Nordic countries has steadily grown. But what were the top Nordic film exports in the Nordic region and internationally between 2009-2013 and how successful really was the Millennium film trilogy?
“The new media reality is now commonplace”
The report Media Development 2014 by the DR Media Research Department is now available. One of its main points is that streaming is still in the process of somewhat taking over audiences from traditional television.
Nordic TV partnership breaks all records
2014 was a record-breaking year for Nordvision. Collaboration for children’s programmes in particular increased, according to Nordvision’s annual report for 2014/2015.
Fragmented TV viewing, but still large channels
[NORDICOM] Linear TV: Two television channels each in all the Nordic countries have about half of the respective countries’ viewing time combined. And despite declining reach, three channels – of which two are in Finland – are watched by half the population on an average day.